first try with MSM
Posted by may291 on Jun 18, 2012
I am using this 1000mg/day internally and also mixed with aloe gel topically (15gm to 100ml gel), it does seem to be helping my skin some (scarring, hyperpigmentation), also overall it feels smoother softer and "plumper". I did get an initial breakout, most likely from this, also had trouble sleeping the first two or three nights. I am also noticing my eyelashes look better, thicker. Waiting for it to make my hair grow! Still only been three weeks, will have to report back later. Plan to buy Jarrow brand next time around.
VERY strong, artificial-smelling scent.
Posted by may291 on Jun 18, 2012
Worked well and I always got compliments on the scent, but I couldn't stand it. Too fakey, overpowering and almost plasticky smelling. I absolutely love vetiver, this definitely does not smell like vetiver.
Posted by may291 on Jun 17, 2012
Non drying, non irritating, no weird ingredients...the scent is not bad, but more like toothpaste than body wash. Reminds me of doublemint gum. I now buy the unscented kind, add my own essntial oils, to use for my hair, body, hands, everything.
Posted by may291 on Jun 16, 2012
Nice gel texture. It does have a bit of a strange almost fruity scent. I have been using for topical applications because it seems to have minimum ingredients where the ones marketed for skin use are more expensive and have more additives.
Cleanest large unscented lotion on iHerb
Posted by may291 on May 30, 2012
I was looking for a large bottle of unscented lotion with good ingredients. At one time I tried Alba, it had parabens in it, now changed formula and it has dimethicone. This has simple clean ingredients, least expensive of the three 32 oz unscenteds available on iHerb, light feeling but nicely moisturizing. It seems like maybe it's been reformulated since the first bottle I bought, looks thicker and a slightly more yellow. Note that "unscented" does not mean it has no smell at all, it does have a light scent of the ingredients, which I find pleasant. Just no added fragrances.
Less expensive than Bragg's...I switched to this one for all my body care applications and save the Bragg's to eat, not that you couldn't eat this one too.
I feel like the only one not raving about this, but I didn't find it that great. I think my skin was really pretty bad when I tried it though.
good raw vinegar
Use for cooking, salad dressing, have also used diluted as skin toner/treatment (too smelly though...and stings, not sure it really did a lot), mix with bentonite clay for facial mask, use dilute as hair rinse...
really yummy tea, best with some kind of milk.
I used to try a lot of cleansers with things that were too irritating...I never really think of myself as having sensitive skin, but thinking back, a lot of things were way too harsh. This is nice and basic, no drying/stinging/burning/itching, just gentle and effective.
Only almond flour I've tried
No complaints, other than even at iHerb's great prices, baking gets really expensive really fast using stuff like this.
love the smell!
Bought a bunch of gluten free flours from iHerb after getting a GF cookbook. This tastes and SMELLS so good. Have not made a lot with it, and what I have, has been only a small amount coconut flour in a blend of other flours. So many coconut flour recipes call for a lot of eggs, I don't care about the calories or fat or that stuff, just that it gets pricey to be using these flours and then a dozen eggs too, for one recipe. But, iHerb makes it more affordable, and this is nothing in price compared to retail almond flour! The brownie recipe on the back is good!